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Epinephrine for cpr

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Dr. Praveen Tayal MD

When is it ok for a paramedic to give a patient Epinephrine by route of IV Push? If Epi is administered this route, is there a particular way it should be done? ... View answer

Answered by : Dr. Praveen Tayal ( Orthopaedic Surgeon)
Dr. Neha Sumra MD

I have had a dental reaction I was told because of the epi in the lidocaine being injected wrong resulting in rapid pulse. Since then carbocaine has been used by the dentist with no adverse side effects. I am considering... View answer

Answered by : Dr. Neha Sumra ( Dentist)
Dr. Swapnendu Sekhar Ghosh MD

I did CPR training today and now have a red/bruising line along my lower lip. Could this have been caused by the CPR??? ... View answer

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Dr.  Pradeep Kumar MD

My 5 year old grandson took a small gulp of glass of water (8 oz size) that had a capful of carpet cleaner called Carpet CPR in it. We made him throw up and he seems to be just fine, but is there anything ... View answer

Answered by : Dr. Pradeep Kumar ( Pediatrician)
Dr. Haseena Hamdani MD

If you mix rocephin with xylocaine 1% with epinephrine what will happen? ... View answer

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What made you learn it? I had to learn it for my job. View answer

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null MD

Is a CPR-certified person required to perform CPR on a heart failure/car accident victim? The situation is this. A car accident happens. A CPR-certified person dials 911, heads over to the accident ... View answer

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Dr. Kathy Robinson MD

the atenolol reducing the effectiveness of the epinephrine in case of an emergency. Are my concerns warranted?? ... View answer

Answered by : Dr. Kathy Robinson ( General & Family Physician)
Dr. Akash Prasad MD

I read somewhere about it. Is it possible to administer self CPR ? ... View answer

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Dr. Akash Prasad MD

what does CPR stand for ? ... View answer

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Mobile Questions and Answers

Dr.          Muhammad Hanif MD

Thanks. I can understand ur comcerns. Beverages,coffee,tea,binge drinking can all lead to palpitations. Some ectopoc tumors other than pheochroromocytoma can be amongst others. I will wait for ur fewdback to better assist...

Dr. Geldon Fejzo MD

Hello. It seems like flu symptoms. You should take paracetamol and epinephrine for a few days. It will go away in a few days.

Dr. Ashok Kumar Dash MD

it mainly used in cough expectorant to liquify sticky sputum. with tlc272 contains phenile epinephrine and pseudo ephidrine